Why use a waterjet in your TAFE or Technical School?
- Waterjets are a safe and easy to operate technology for educational institutes where typically students in TAFE’s and technical schools have little or no prior experience to running a machine.
- Waterjets can cut a variety of materials, so students are not limited to cutting sheet metal. You can cut composites, metals, stainless steel, aluminium, titanium, copper, brass, glass, stone, concrete, ceramics, foam and rubber.
- No formal drawings are required to be able to cut the part out. A simple CAD drawing or image can be uploaded and the part can be cut out.
- The time to cut a part can be achieved within a few minutes.
- National support and ongoing training is provided, to ensure you get the most out of your technology.
- With the free software upgrades, students will always be learning on the most up to date software so they are ready for the workforce.
How a waterjet works
What ongoing support do you receive from Headland and OMAX?
- Free software support for the life of your machine.
- Installation training and support throughout installation and post set-up.
- Our goal is to make sure you use the waterjet to its full capacity in a safe environment.
- We have trained engineers to ensure its installed correctly and you receive support Australia-wide.
- We’ll also conduct training on-site so you know how to operate the machine, use the software and students can use in a safe and efficient way.
Who’s already using one?
- Bendigo Tafe is using a Maxiem 1530 in their workshop.
Ready to learn more?
We can set up a zoom demonstration or a face to face demonstration to show you how it works and operates. We can also talk about budgets and inclusions such as garnet and spare parts required.